'Magnus Überjanky' by Add Fuel, 2021
Collab. with toymaker Superplastic.
Jade (green) variant.
15 Inches tall (figure)
18 x 11 x 9 Inches (box)
Soft vinyl spray can art sculpture in high gloss with removable cap.
Limited Edition of 666 (Sold Out).
New in original, unopened, branded box.
ABOUT THE ART
Legendary Portuguese street artist ADD FUEL took 15” of Superplastic canvas and created one of the sickest UberKranky’s we have EVER seen 😍 UBERKRANKY JADE 😍 Have your passport handy cuz this HIGH GLOSS will bounce light and bring you straight to the streets of Portugal 💚
Removable lid, real rattle, n only 888 made 🤯 Better be ready to cop…
An accomplished graphic designer and illustrator, Add Fuel (Diogo Machado, 1980) has been building a solid reputation as a visual and graphic artist in recent years. Having first created a unique visual universe populated by sci-fi inspired, fun-loving creatures, the Portuguese artist has recently redirected his attention to reinterpreting the language of traditional tile design, and the Portuguese azulejo in particular.
Brimming with irony and humour, his vector-based designs or stencil-based street interventions reveal an impressive complexity and a masterful attention to detail. He has been exhibiting his work in both solo and group shows since 2006.